Category Humor

This Week In Schadenfreude

schadenfreude (SHäʹdÉ™nfroid’É™/), noun: Malicious enjoyment derived from observing someone else’s misfortune. Okay, maybe not full-on schadenfreude, but these stories certainly induced a certain wry smile or two from Yours Truly. JammieWearingFool: Somali pirates receive ransom, hilarity ensues. This is the…

Playing Catsup

My various browsers comprise a veritable swaying, swinging tower of memory usage, threatening to cause my poor little MacBook to go belly-up unless I divulge some of the various links I’ve managed to stumble across lo these many unblogged days.…

Fun With Flowcharts

If you like GraphJam (and what engineer in their right mind doesn’t), these’ll tickle your funny bone: Source: Via Flickr. Heh.

Literally Lyrical

What happens when you retool the lyrics to A-Ha’s “Take On Me” so that they describe what’s literally going on in the video? Brilliance! (Barnyard reference to human posterior appears twice or so, but other than that, it’s okay.)

Rocket Man

The only thing better than one William Shatner? Four William Shatners, one of whom is a giant head, singingperforming Elton John’s “Rocket Man”. Groovy. (See also Spoken Word Slim Shady, a Futurama classic.)